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Our new bredrens for 2016 in The Nook

MMThe Swiss Peruvian spirit Manuel, blessed our space with his presence this past week, with him the voice of Matthias really UPed the vibe here at The Nook.
We had a great adventure with them in Kingston and in Portland where we shared a musical vibe, great ital food, smiles and of course Jamaica‘s signature beer Red Stripe. Big up to Bastet Sekhmet-Iyabinghi!!
Manuel is now returning to Peru after many years and we wish him all the best as he reconnects with his family, while Matthias is continuing his work in Jamaica by teaching youths in Mandeville how to play the guitar we say Big Up to his mission and hope he will continue to be an inspiration.

The doors of the Nook are open for you guys. Come back soon!

The Nook
Peter

About the author

Nanook

Joan Webley’s love of music is one of her primary reasons for trying to aid the development of the arts in Jamaica. This passion for music has shaped Joan’s career. She worked in the entertainment industry in Australia for three years, first as a junior publicist and booking agent while she trained to be a barrister, and later representing film makers on copyright issues after being admitted to legal practice. Returning to Jamaica in 2008, Joan has been steadily training and implementing other developmental initiatives. Drawing on her experience in entertainment law, Joan set up her company Nanook Enterprises to help talented musicians, film makers and writers make a living from their art.

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